President Pusey yesterday announced the appointment of two newspaper editors and an Associated Press executive to the Selecting Committee for Nieman Fellowships for 1954-55.
The journalists are Sevellon Brown III, editor of the Providence Journal and Bulletin, Carroll Binder '16, editorial page editor of the Minneapolis Tribune, and Harry T. Montgomery, traffic manager of the AP and a former Nieman Fellow.
Along with three other Harvard members already appointed, the committee will make its selections after April 15, the final date for the fellowships applications. Their choices will be the 17th annual group of newspapermen appointed for a year of background study at Harvard. These fellowships were established on a bequest from Agnes W. Nieman, widow of the founder of the Milwaukee Journal.